* John Magolske <b79...@gmail.com> [120814 23:02]: > I'm looking for a way to pipe the HTML of a page open in ELinks to > another application without having to re-download the page. > > I have a ELinks mapping & script that automates saving a web-page > to text -- with two keypresses the HTML is converted to text and > automatically opened in Vim for editing & saving to an appropriate > location. Very handy, but this approach uses URI passing and %c, > which involves re-downloading the HTML source over the net. > [...] > What I'd like to be able to do is pipe the source of an open page > through `elinks -dump` without an internet connection, and without > having to manually save it somewhere first.
I'm guessing the only way to do this would be through something like a Lua scripting approach. If so, might anyone know of a script that could provide a good starting point to learn from? Thanks, John -- John Magolske http://B79.net/contact _______________________________________________ elinks-users mailing list email@example.com http://linuxfromscratch.org/mailman/listinfo/elinks-users